I advise clients on competition law and unfair practices, establishing and implementing their distribution and contractual policies, merger controls and public aids. I participate in the implementation of compliance programmes on competition and regulatory matters.
I also represent the interests of my clients before the competition authorities (Competition Authority, DGCCRF, and European Commission) and the courts having jurisdiction in matters involving competition law (specialized courts and Paris Court of Appeal, administrative courts, supreme courts, constitutional court).
I have in-depth expertise in handling litigation before courts and national regulation authorities including ARCEP, CRE, CNIL and CSA. I am a member of the board of directors of the French competition lawyers association (APDC) as well as a member of the board of the Women and Law Association. I teach competition litigation within the master's program at Paris-Dauphine University and at the Paris school for lawyers (EFB). I am also a member of the Conseil National des Barreaux (representing the interests of French lawyers) and Droit et Justice, a French entity that aims to develop a scientific research activity in the fields of law and justice.
I hold diplomas from the Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) in Washington DC (LLM in International law), as well as from the Universities of Paris II Assas (Post-graduate degree in Litigation and Arbitration) and Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne (Post-graduate degree in Business law). I have been a member of the Paris bar since 1995.
I am fluent in both French and English.